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Pagels v MacDonald (1936) 54 CLR 519

This case considered the issue of powers of trustees under a will and whether or not a trustee had the power to sell real estate of the deceased in order to administer the estate and distribute to the beneficiaries under the will.

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Pagels v MacDonald (1936) 54 CLR 519
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